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The Lion King (2019) Steelbook 4K plus Blu ray plus digital $14.99. $20 off.


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Perhaps in the future, but for now, my 4K discs and even some 1080p discs look and sound a whole lot better on my LG OLED TV and atmos soundbar than any digital UHD movies from VUDU or Amazon
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No. I'll let other people argue with you as to why though.
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Until there's a streaming service that streams 4K video at 50mbps or better and has TrueHD sound instead of DD+ physical media still has a place. Also, I like owning my movies and not just have a license that can be lost if the streaming service goes out of business.
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Thanks OP. A couple other good ones are on sale too like all the Toy Story's.
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Yes, those went front page but it doesn't seem like too many are interested in this one. The non steel book one was on sale for over $17 and that went front page, though. Go figure.
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FYI Coming to Disney+ January 28, 2020
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Physical media is dead. Long live disney +. I realize this isn't on there yet, but soon.
No. I'll let other people argue with you as to why though.
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No. I'll let other people argue with you as to why though.
Agree though I will say it is long overdue to get convenient digital 4K of all the Disney properties.

What is disc can never die.
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Physical media is dead. Long live disney +. I realize this isn't on there yet, but soon.
Pay monthly to watch movies I already own? No thanks.
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Physical media is dead. Long live disney +. I realize this isn't on there yet, but soon.
Perhaps in the future, but for now, my 4K discs and even some 1080p discs look and sound a whole lot better on my LG OLED TV and atmos soundbar than any digital UHD movies from VUDU or Amazon
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This deal has actually been reposted twice, once with virtually the same title. Doesn't anyone use search any more?

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Pay monthly to watch movies I already own? No thanks.
The Mandalorian is really good. Worth the price just for that alone. Actually one of the few things that Disney has done well with recently for the Star Wars Universe.
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No. I'll let other people argue with you as to why though.
Agreed. It's not worth re-educating everyone on every thread. To each their own I guess. Thanks op. Good deal.
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Agree though I will say it is long overdue to get convenient digital 4K of all the Disney properties.

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You won the internet today, as far as I'm concerned.

Well said, friend.
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Physical media is dead. Long live disney +. I realize this isn't on there yet, but soon.
Until there's a streaming service that streams 4K video at 50mbps or better and has TrueHD sound instead of DD+ physical media still has a place. Also, I like owning my movies and not just have a license that can be lost if the streaming service goes out of business.
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